Tilers in London
Tiles are a great choice when it comes to decorating, but a poor tiling job will only make your home look ugly. Luckily, Plentific can help you find your ideal London tiler in almost no time at all. Post your job with Plentific, and some of the best tilers in your local area will get in contact to offer bespoke quotes. Finding the best option to suit your project will also be easy. Every Plentific Pro has a company profile page displaying their qualifications, past projects and customer reviews for new clients to see. Each and every job booked via Plentific will also be covered by the Plentific Guarantee.
A tiler is tradesman that specialises in working with different makes and shapes of tile. Tiles are extremely diverse, ranging from huge concrete pieces to tiny mosaic squares, but one thing is certain: if they are not laid properly, they can ruin the look of a room. Because of this, it is important to check that your Pro has a good amount of experience under their belt. Becoming a tiler does not require specific qualifications, but your candidate may still have completed an apprenticeship or industry course to become more qualified.
A local tiler in London can follow leads in and around Barking and Dagenham, Barnet, Bexley, Bromley, Camden, Croydon, Ealing, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Haringey, Islington, Kensington and Chelsea, Kingston upon Thames, Lambeth, Lewisham, Merton, Southwark, Sutton, Wandsworth and Westminster.
When looking for a local London tiler, you will need to keep two things in mind. First of all, London is a very big place! If you look for candidates in Greater London generally, you might find candidates that are not willing to travel too far from their local area. A tiler based around Ealing may turn down a job on the Isle of Dogs, and so on. Start your search by focusing on tilers in your local area; your neighbours may even be able to recommend someone!
The second thing to remember is that London prices will be higher than the national average. Tradesmen across Britain will charge different rates, and London is one of the most expensive regions there is. To get a good idea of the average cost to hire a tiler in London, collect quotes from at least three candidates. This will also make it easier for you to spot unfair quotes and ensure that you get a competitive price.
Customer reviews are a great way to compare your tradesmen, so be sure to ask your candidates about their previous clientele. They should be able to show you a number of reviews; if they can’t, they are a candidate to avoid! As well as a tiler’s quality of work, customer reviews can also let you know about how they perform on the job: do they work professionally? Are they happy to answer questions?
One final thing to remember is that your chosen tiler should be properly covered for their work. They will need active public liability insurance in case of any accidents on the job, and should also provide a warranty for their work.